The underprivileged child uses his final three lunch money to cover a stranger’s bus fare.
Unexpectedly, he visited the youngster at school the following day and brought him to the principal’s office.
She shocked him and made him cry.
He was running late for school and was eager to get the bus. Jake boarded the bus after it had barely stopped, believing it to be another school excursion.
As the bus grew more and more crowded, Christel searched for a seat.
She had a foul scent and was drenched. While a few passengers scowled, she was unconcerned.
She soon maneuvered through the throng to a vacant spot two seats away from Jake.
Up to the point when he arrived at Christel’s house, the driver sold tickets to passing motorists for cash.
Christel’s complexion gradually darkened. She said, “Wait, I need to look in my handbag.”
She talked with such volume that the other passengers turned to look at her.
It surprised Christine. Not to mention in public, she had never encountered someone who was so unkind and disrespectful to her.
Jake saw the incident unfold in front of him and was upset by the driver’s treatment of the helpless woman. He then recalled having money left over.
The majority of Christel’s gifts were still waiting for Jake outside the principal’s office, but Jake was speechless and crying at the time.